Although we have had the driest June on record, sometimes, your holiday can be dampened by a change in the weather forecast.
It is important to expect all kinds of weather. After all, you can’t control the weather, but you can adapt to it.
Keep up to date with weather sites to ensure you know of any severe weather warnings that have been issued, and when to prepare for rainfall.
You’ve looked at the weather report and you’re planned outdoor activities may not work for you and your family. Why not find some indoor activities around Adelaide. Brave the elements and head to places such as Beach-house, Bounce, Marion Shopping Centre, Museums or Art Galleries. Adelaide has a large amount of indoor activities that can entertain people of all ages.
When rain is expected, make sure you don’t leave any electronics or valuables out in the elements. If you are in a tent, things may be safer in the car.
There would be nothing worse than loosing your tent with a bit of wind. Make sure it is securely pegged to the ground. Having a waterproof tent could also provide much better protection.
You don’t want to get to your campsite and realise something important doesn’t work. Make you sure erect your tent, and check lights, stove tops etc, to ensure you wont be rushing around trying to find a replacement once you arrive.
If you aren’t one to brave the elements and you have booked a site, why not upgrade to a cabin?
To book your next holiday… BIG4 Adelaide Shores Caravan Park is SA’s largest, and has a wide variety of options, no matter the weather.
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